We’re a local, family-owned roofing company in Medicine Lodge offering affordable and honest quotes.
Available Call Hours: 24/7
- Low overhead, pass on the savings
- Local family owned
- Honesty, Integrity & Affordable Prices
- 80+ Combined years experience
- 7 years in business
Restore and strengthen your roof at a fraction of the cost of repairing or rebuilding, or create a seamless and waterproof system to seal your roof from the elements. It’s simple, quick, and affordable. We’re a relatively new roofing contractor in Medicine Lodge so our prices are usually more than fair in order to make a name for ourselves in the roofing repair business in the Medicine Lodge and Kansas area.
Call or Text Us 24/7: 316-806-7663 – We may be able to provide a rough roof repair estimate via pictures; if not, we can come to your place in Medicine Lodge and examine your roof in person for free.
Types Of Roofing We Repair & Install
We specialize in coatings, metal roofing, shingles, flat roofs, renovations, and repairs.
Why spend the high cost of tearing down your old roof when you can repair or renovate your existing roof and save thousands of dollars.
- Coating – Elastomeric, Silicone Coating
We Accept Insurance Claims | Preferred Installer with GAF
Medicine Lodge’s Commercial & Residential Roofing Contractor
We’ve done roofs of all styles and types, from commercial to residential, all around the Medicine Lodge, KS area.
- Meatpacking plants
- Grain bins
- Manufacturing plants
- Senior living care centers
- Office Buildings
- Government Buildings
About Medicine Lodge, KS
The particular medicine lodge, mystery house or sacred tabernacle from which the Medicine Lodge River received its name was in reality an arbor-like shelter of tree trunks and leafy branches which was erected by the Kiowa people for the celebration of their annual sun dance in the summer of 1866. It was in the valley of the Medicine Lodge River, several miles below the present town of Medicine Lodge, which is at the mouth of Elm Creek. In their own language, the Kiowa people called this stream A-ya-dalda P’a, meaning “Timber-hill River.” The Kiowa had considered the site sacred due to the high content of Epsom salts in the river.